For the kid’s version of the Easter swap we participated in, G made 3-D decoupaged paper mache eggs, 2-D paper egg ornaments, and baby bird’s nests. They’re very simple projects but the end results look lovely.
Cut a nest shape out of construction or card stock paper, some little pieces of cotton yarn, some wings from fabric (pointy oval shaped), a yellow triangle from construction paper, blue egg shapes from construction paper, and a two-layer “snowman” shape from blue paper. Then just put everything together, starting with the yarn on the nest.
For the eggs, either 2-d or 3-d, tear scraps of tissue paper, which you attach to your egg shape with watered down nontoxic glue or mod podge. Let dry and display!